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Pakz
Created : 11 May 2020
 

Isometric Utopia buildings (pixelart)





I made these in aseprite in the last couple of days. I had found a nice png reference of a set of buildings from the amiga game utopia.

I think I was able to learn a couple of things from remaking these gfx.

The isometric tile size is 32 by 16. The height of most buildings is 2 tiles. I have not really tested if each tile fits in a map. Aseprite should get a map feature this year. That should make things easier.

Utopia had some good music back then. The game was ok.

 

Comments


Monday, 11 May 2020, 15:13
Jayenkai
Cool!
I like that upper right one. The red and white building that looks a bit like a diner.
Nice shadow and depth to it.